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Project Titan Truck is Ready to Roll Out

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Project Titan truckAfter putting it together seemingly one piece at a time, just like that one Johnny Cash song (you know the one…we believe it’s called “Solitary Man”), the Nissan Project Titan truck is completed and ready for action.

For those unaware, the Project Titan truck is just the second vehicle that Nissan has fan-sourced, following in the footsteps of 2012’s Project 370Z. Project Titan began at the beginning of the year when it was announced at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show and Conference in Las Vegas.

Project Titan truck

David Guzman

There, it was determined that the truck would explore the terrain of Alaska—as was suggested by journalist Joe Byers—and would carry Wounded Warrior Project veterans David Guzman and Kevin McMahon. Nissan put almost every major detail of the truck up for fan vote at their Facebook page, and once all the votes were tallied, they set to work in bringing the Project Titan truck to life.

Project Titan truck

Kevin McMahon

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Project Titan truckAll in all, Nissan tuned up the Titan Pro-4X with:

  • 35″ Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires
  • 18″ Fuel Revolver D525 wheels
  • PRG 4″ mid-travel suspension kit
  • ARB Deluxe bull bar bumper
  • Borla Catback exhaust
  • ARE Camper Top
  • Fridge, dry storage, slide-out cargo rack, shower
  • Manley trailer with Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires
  • NISMO cold-air intake
  • Bulldog LED lights
  • Front & rear air lockers
  • 3N digital camo wrap

Now, the Project Titan truck is ready to go, and Nissan is all set to begin reporting on its adventure across Alaska. Stay tuned for all the latest, and check out our gallery below.

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